Telling a Personal and Relatable Story
Wes McAdams   -  

For Paul, the Good News about Jesus was not merely an abstract theological idea, it was his lived reality. When Paul made a defense for the faith, he did by telling his story of how the resurrected Jesus appeared to him. Additionally, he not only told his story, he told it in a way that was relatable for his audience. In Jerusalem, he told his story in Hebrew and related his zeal for the Law of Moses. Do we take the time to build bridges with our critics? Do we find ways to relate to them and share our story in a way that touches on shared experiences? (Scripture: Acts 22:12-21)